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BVC Author : Julianne Lee

Julianne Ardian Lee was a professional actor, appearing in the network series “One Day at a Time” in 1978, and the feature film “At Close Range” with Christopher Walken. Then she became an entertainment journalist for Starlog Magazine.

Her first novel, “Son of the Sword,” was published in the summer of 2001 by Penguin Random House. Three sequels followed, soon to be re-released by BVC. Other historical fantasy novels include “Knight Tenebrae,” “Knight’s Blood,” and “Knight’s Lady.”  Her fantasy romances “Kindred Spirits” and “Interloper at Glencoe” are original for Bookview Cafe. She also writes a Restoration Mystery series as Anne Rutherford.

Time travel to a Historical Romance novel set in 17th century Scotland.
Shelby adores her new house, until she learns it’s haunted by a grieving Confederate soldier.
Lindsay disguises herself as Alex’s squire
The MacNeils’ child has been kidnapped by Nemed, the elfin king and their sworn enemy.
Lindsay is abducted by her would-be faerie lover.
Cooking is as creative a process as writing, as the authors of Book View Café demonstrate in this first ever BVC cookbook.